Available now is this excellent 1967 Dodge Coronet 400. This Coronet has had over $30k spent on restoration and is in excellent condition both inside and out. The exterior is dressed in a dark blue covering a blue interior. This car is powered by a 318 V8 engine with Holley Sniper Fuel Injection system mated to an automatic transmission. This vehicle features power steering, air conditioning, heat, stainless dual exhaust system. Almost everything has been replaced or upgraded on this car and it is an excellent cruiser. Milage is believed to be accurate. More information on the model year 1967 Dodge Coronet: The 1967 Dodge Coronet 440 was a mid-size car produced by Dodge from 1965 to 1976. It was part of the Coronet lineup that included several other models, but the 440 was the highest trim level available for the Coronet in 1967. The 1967 Coronet 440 had a muscular and stylish design, with a long hood and short deck. It was available in several body styles, including a two-door hardtop, two-door convertible, four-door sedan, and four-door station wagon. The 1967 Coronet 440 was also equipped with front disc brakes and a heavy-duty suspension as standard. Other optional features included power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, and a range of audio systems. Overall, the 1967 Dodge Coronet 440 was a powerful and stylish car that was popular with enthusiasts and collectors alike. Its combination of classic styling and modern performance made it a standout in its era and an enduring icon of American automotive history.
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Country Classic Cars started as a weekend hobby for a Midwest farmer. He soon found his passion for classic cars and trucks turn into a growing business. The owner worked as a mechanic for several years before becoming a farmer. Not only did he have the knowledge but also the desire to take classic cars, fix them, and sell them to others that dreamed of owning a classic but did not have the time or expertise to make it happen. Once this idea caught on, Country Classic Cars realized that this passion had a potential to become a way of life. The next step was obvious; when a piece of land along Interstate 55, just off the path of Historic Route 66 became available, Country Classic Cars made the move by acquiring the land which has plenty of room for not only a large display of classic cars and trucks, but also a garage/service area, inside showroom, and a historic gift shop